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California's Cameron Is Out for the Season

October 05, 2005|From Associated Press

California left tackle Andrew Cameron is out for the season after tearing a ligament in his right knee last weekend.

Cameron, a junior who started all 12 games for the 10th-ranked Golden Bears last season, won't have surgery to repair his knee until the swelling goes down, Coach Jeff Tedford said Tuesday. He was hurt on a non-contact play in the first quarter of Cal's 28-0 victory over Arizona.

Junior Scott Smith will replace Cameron. Cal plays UCLA at the Rose Bowl on Saturday.

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